The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Climate change, Range, Global warming and Biological dispersal. The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity and Phenology. His Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Assisted colonization, Atmospheric sciences and Extinction.
His Range study combines topics in areas such as Niche, Ecological niche, Realized niche width, Invasive species and Physical geography. Lesley Hughes performs multidisciplinary study in Global warming and Latent extinction risk in his work. His Greenhouse effect research includes elements of Climate variation and Geographic distribution.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Ecology, Biodiversity, Environmental resource management and Range. His work on Global warming as part of general Climate change study is frequently linked to Natural resource economics, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Herbivore, Introduced species, Habitat, Species richness and Temperate climate are components of Ecology.
The concepts of his Herbivore study are interwoven with issues in Abundance and Guild. His research in Introduced species focuses on subjects like Invasive species, which are connected to Ecological niche. His Range research integrates issues from Niche and Physical geography.
Climate change, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Coral reef and Environmental protection are his primary areas of study. Lesley Hughes interconnects Meteorology and Ecosystem in the investigation of issues within Climate change. His Environmental resource management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biodiversity, Assisted colonization, Extinction and Phenotypic plasticity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Global warming, Adaptive management and Tropics in addition to Coral reef. The subject of his Land use, land-use change and forestry research is within the realm of Ecology. He does research in Ecology, focusing on Guild specifically.
Lesley Hughes mainly focuses on Climate change, Environmental resource management, Business, Biodiversity and Extreme heat. Climate change is frequently linked to Meteorology in his study. Lesley Hughes has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Guild, Assisted colonization, Adaptive capacity and Phenotypic plasticity.
His Business research overlaps with Water security, Water resource management, Restoration ecology, Precautionary principle and Land use, land-use change and forestry. His Biodiversity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Global warming, Coral reef, Tropics and Ecosystem.
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Extinction risk from climate change
Biological consequences of global warming: is the signal already apparent?
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2000)
Climate change and Australia: Trends, projections and impacts
Austral Ecology (2003)
Predicting species distributions: use of climatic parameters in BIOCLIM and its impact on predictions of species’ current and future distributions
Ecological Modelling (2005)
Climate change: an Australian guide to the science and potential impacts
Barrie Pittock;Angela Arthington;Trevor Booth;Peter Cowell.
Climate change (2003)
Why is the choice of future climate scenarios for species distribution modelling important
Linda J. Beaumont;Lesley Hughes;A. J. Pitman.
Ecology Letters (2008)
Different climatic envelopes among invasive populations may lead to underestimations of current and future biological invasions
Diversity and Distributions (2009)
Predicting dispersal spectra: A minimal set of hypotheses based on plant attributes
Journal of Ecology (1994)
Fate of Seeds Adapted for Dispersal by Ants in Australian Sclerophyll Vegetation
Potential changes in the distributions of latitudinally restricted Australian butterfly species in response to climate change
Global Change Biology (2002)
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